Eye-Opening Perspectives for Heroic Hearts

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Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Piano In Biscayne Bay Left By Ocean Reef Club's Wet Bach Society

Poor Ticket Sales Eliminated Removal of Piano After "Swim In Concert"

by Winsip Custer CPW News Service

Mysterious piano in Biscayne Bay
The mystery of the ebony grand piano in Biscayne Bay was solved today when Abby Silverstein of the Ocean Reef Club's Wet Bach Society reported that low ticket sales for this year's 10:00 p.m. event did not provide enough funding for the piano to be removed. Guest pianist, Emil Slichibaschen of Vienna, Austria was scheduled to play a two hour concert which had to be cut short because of an unexpected arrival of jelly fish at about 10:30.

Slichibaschen, a world renowned water keyboarder, kindly donated cases of Adolf's Meat Tenderizer to forty-five whelp-stricken Bach lovers. In addition, a fifteen degree drop in temperature caused Slichibaschen to improvise several numbers which were recorded live and will come out in music stores in April as The Slichibaschen Variations.

The Bach swim-in, originally called "Sitting on the Bach of the Bay," was initially funded by Richard Nixon's close friend and Ocean Reef Club resident, Beebe Rebozo.  The highly secretive "swim in" experienced another difficult year in 1979 when famed boat builder Don Aranow, accidentally ran over a Bach lover who could not be seen floating on his submerged Baldwin upright.

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